Kia Motors Corp. says it set all-time monthly sales and export records in June. Total June CBU (completely built-up) unit retail sales increased 31% to 63,272, up from the previous record of 48,192 set a year ago, Kia says. Meanwhile, the South Korean auto maker’s June 2004 CBU exports rose 46% over year-ago, at 70,572 compared with 48,428 in June 2003. It marks the first time Kia has surpassed the 70,000-unit monthly export mark. Year-to-date, Kia’s CBU sales total 309,247, up 17% ...

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